Sunday, 10 September 2017

Asylum Unboxing: Yonder Signature Edition [PS4].

Quick Side Note: Apologies for how long it has taken to post this, posted about it on Instagram just over a month ago! But laptop issues have gotten in the way, sorryyyyy! Better late than never, though - so thanks for being patient guys <3

So you may or may not have heard of the company Signature Edition Games, but you really need to check them out! Recently started in the industry, they aim to bring not only physical copies of games that would have possibly lived out their lives as digital only, but they make fantastic Editions of them. Similar to a few of the other companies out there, SEG's Editions are only available on PS4 (and Vita), and considering there are loads of collectors out there who would jump at the chance to get some of these physical copies for Xbox One, I guess it must be easier to get permission from Sony than it is from Microsoft - which is a little disappointing I must admit, but I digress.


We recently received the Signature Edition of Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles and it is a beauty. It contains the items below, and is still available here for the bargain price of £30.00!

- PS4 copy of Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles
- Official Yonder Artbook
- Official Yonder Stickers
- Official Yonder Coin
- Special Edition Box, which is printed digitally with the developers' signatures!


(I'll upload more photos of our copy shortly, things are just pretty frustrating at the moment with a temperamental laptop haha!)
It's a really great edition, especially considering the price point. Recently we've been trying to stay away from the massive editions a little bit, as we're running low on space (and we find that the bigger ones tend to disappoint us more often), so with this edition being a nice space-saving size, it fits perfectly on your shelf. Definitely ticks all the boxes for us!

The only thing that would make it better would be if the editions were actually hand-signed, but this would ramp up the cost, as well as limit what games it would even be feasible for.

A nice little touch that Signature Edition do is that if you preorder the edition, you get a bonus coin with it. After release, the coins become a separate purchasable item (for only a fiver!), but will only be available while stocks last. The bonus coin for Yonder is still available here, but if you're after one, I wouldn't leave it too late to order!


The game itself is fantastic too, so if you want to read our review for it, then check that out here.

All in all, we definitely recommend that you check out Signature Edition Games as their editions are great value for money, and are really well done and beautifully presented.

Have you got any Signature Edition Games releases?  Will you be buying any in future?
Let us know in the comments below!

- V x

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